Electrolust Electro, Industrial Nexus VI For the first time ever I'm going to keep this review short. I am really sad that I had to even listen to this album because it's really awful. Yes it might be harsh to say something like this but if band this bad gets signed well then I have nothing more to say. The artist Nexus VI's album 'Electrolust' is by far one of the worst things I've ever heard. The songs are repetitive and very uninspiring and add nothing to even try to excite you. The vocals bland and have no feeling or soul and feel very out of place, it's a mix of some kind of dark grunting and female opera vocals (at least the female can sing a little). I don't even know what to type because I can't really explain how bad it is. I have complained on a couple of bands but those are god like compared to this. So stay away! 150
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Nexus VI - Electrolust

2.0
"Worthless"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2008 by Art Music Group
For the first time ever I'm going to keep this review short. I am really sad that I had to even listen to this album because it's really awful. Yes it might be harsh to say something like this but if band this bad gets signed well then I have nothing more to say.

The artist Nexus VI's album 'Electrolust' is by far one of the worst things I've ever heard. The songs are repetitive and very uninspiring and add nothing to even try to excite you. The vocals bland and have no feeling or soul and feel very out of place, it's a mix of some kind of dark grunting and female opera vocals (at least the female can sing a little). I don't even know what to type because I can't really explain how bad it is. I have complained on a couple of bands but those are god like compared to this. So stay away!
Jun 17 2009

Fredrik Croona

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